Grand Mercure Bowral

Address: 9 Kangaloon Road, Bowral, New South Wales, 2576, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 9 Kangaloon Road, Bowral, is near Southern Highlands Visitors Centre.
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      Back to London

      A travel blog entry by abennison on Jul 19, 2014

      ... a monument for Arthur Phillip our first governor. There is a beautiful park with plant sculptures. After a coffee and a Cornish pastie it was back on the bus and of to Windsor Castle. This place is massive and so were the crowds. We didn't even try to do a guided tour inside, the queue was really long and slow moving. Some photos of the ...

      To Innsbruck

      A travel blog entry by abennison on Jul 05, 2014

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      A 7.30am departure after a pretty reasonable breakfast. Our first stop was at a roadside restaurant for morning tea, and as I said previously, since leaving Italy and entering Austria the roadside stops have been awesome. Really fresh food and a great variety, nothing like our diners. After grazing there our next stop was Kongresshaus for some window shopping and lunch. We had some meals and all ordered Pepsi. The meals and drinks arrived with the Pepsi in huge glasses that no one could ...

      To Montecartini via Monaco and Pisa

      A travel blog entry by abennison on Jun 21, 2014

      4 photos

      ... on only a month or so ago. Once leaving we were soon entering Italy. We stopped at a roadside cafe for lunch. They have this really good system in Italy. You first walk along in front of the food counter and look at what you want to eat - you then queue at the pay point and tell them what you want and pay - they give you a docket and you go back to the area where you looked at the food - you then try to jostle your way to the counter through the stream of people who are trying ...

      Familiar teriitory

      A travel blog entry by shobden on Dec 28, 2013

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... We were met at the station and taken to the house-all very familiar having spent the whole of 2005 here.
      A walk into town from the back of the house brought back many pleasant memories. After a very short time, we realised that we had developed the Aussie wave and were reminded of a slightly less pleasant aspect of this country.
      A phone call to our friend in Bundanoon resulted ...

      Day 67 - Bangkok - Home

      A travel blog entry by kayleigh.hallas on Mar 22, 2013

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      ... without being drenched in sweat!! It was awful but had to be done! And what was worse was the fact we had to walk through the STUPID MARKET STRIP OUTSIDE OUR HOSTEL THAT HAD STUPID HORRIFIC THAI FOOD THAT STANK LIKE DEAD PEOPLE!!!! And it was always so busy and took about 15 mins to get 5 yards!!! God I hate that strip with a severe passion. It's still making my blood bubble. I bashed around as quick as possible scooping up the remaining items I needed cos it was ...